The next time you use your mobile phone, try not to take it for granted like so many have grown accustomed to doing. Of course, such reactions are entirely understandable these days considering how tightly integrated they have become in our daily routines and schedules – we wake up to cell phone alarms, arrive at work with text messages made on the way to coordinate, get reminded of what upcoming meetings there are and of what documents we’re supposed to bring thanks to calendar notes, and head home with more text messages exchanged and with mobile music playing in our ears. We make calls, take calls, and update the people who matter to us and more, to an extent that has – thanks to technology – approached that of our own thinking.
Today’s mobile phones are an undeniable improvement over their predecessors in virtually any way you choose to compare them. Still capable of making and taking calls from anywhere on the road, modern mobiles benefit from improved reception, signal strength and call clarity, as well as the speakerphone function that eluded older phones –newer, higher-end mobiles even come with video-call and conferencing capability. This is thanks to higher-speed data transfer, which has enabled a whole host of new features by itself, and to integrated mobile cameras, which are themselves a decidedly modern mobile feature that have evolved over time to be capable of sharper images and video.
Virtually anyone who is anyone nowadays knows what a mobile phone is or has at least encountered one. After all, this is the age where we benefit from decades of perfecting the miniaturization and mobilization technology that have given us the ability to perform complex tasks formerly thought impossible to accomplish from the road or while on the go. Indeed, the modern mobile user can even take his entertainment out of the house with him in a compact, safe way that improves on the CD players and Walkmen of old – mobile content and media like ringtones and mobile audio and video allow for you to have the company of your favorite artists anywhere you go.
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Myxer’s Top 5 Favorite Ringtones
1. New York NY – Turf Talk
2. Get Down – GEICO
3. And Suddenly I’m Somebody – My Lady Four
4. Outwork Everybody – Trey Songz
5. Australia – Around the World
Today’s mobile user is a complex person, who typically tries to balance his social life with his work life despite the hectic implications of both and the inherent difficulty in finding the time to do everything. As such, mobiles have blossomed from clunky old handsets to sleek, multifunctional new “smart” phones that can do virtually anything you desire. Mobiles now run on powerful hardware platforms that can crunch more complex programs than ever before, allowing for multitasking, work and entertainment on a whole new level and to a whole new extent that mobile users have never really enjoyed prior to this age of mobiles.